Explore Lake Wilderness Arboretum on Father’s Day weekend

There will be a special walk through of the park.

  • Monday, June 12, 2017 2:50pm
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There will be a special guided walk through of the gardens, forest and special areas of interest at Lake Wilderness Arboretum. The event will take place on Father’s Day, Saturday, June 17th. It will start at 10 a.m. and will last about an hour to an hour and a half.

Those who attend will be able to learn about plants that grow in the Pacific Northwest, some history about the park and enjoy a quiet and beautiful day to welcome in the summer.

The tour is free to the public and will stat at the gazebo on the Arboretum’s grounds. The address is 22520 SE 148th, Maple Valley 98038.

For more information, go to lakewildernessarboretum.org or call 253-293-5103.

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